Leeds goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown has given the clearest indication that he is set to leave the club.
The 33-year-old had surgery to resolve a problem with his toe in November and has played no part for Brian McDermott's side this season.
The former Portsmouth goalkeeper tweeted: "Last training session today at #lufc. Great club. Look forward to my next adventure now. Thanks to all that helped me through injury."
Ashdown had provided back-up for Paddy Kenny since arriving at Leeds from Portsmouth in the summer of 2012, but has not been on the bench since the end of last season due to his latest injury.
He featured regularly in the cup competitions for Leeds last season - his last appearance was in the FA Cup defeat at Manchester City in February - and made eight first-team appearances in total.
Ashdown set up a new website business last year, Trusted Pro Supplements, which helps athletes avoid taking banned or harmful substances after recognising a gap in the sports supplements industry.